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  • Setting
  • "Old charts call it 'Ship-Trapped Island'"(Connell, 19).
  • Exposition
  • "He reached to far and lost his balance"(Connell, 19).
  • Rising action
  • "Your brain against mine."(Connell, 28).
  • While Rainsford and Whitney travel passed the "Ship-Trap Island" in 1917.Whitney discusses why sailors call it "Ship-Trap Island"
  • Climax
  • "I'm going to dress my wound now."(Connell, 33).
  • After Whitney goes to sleep, Rainsford stays out side on the yacht to smoke but he loses his pipe but Rainsford soon relizes he lost his balance and he soon after fell off his yacht. Rainsford trys to swim back to the yacht but soon after he swims to "Ship-Trapped Island".
  • Falling Action
  • " I congratulate you... you've won the game." (Connell, 36).
  • Rainsford soon finds a masion on the island and meets the owner, named General Zaroff. Rainsford later finds out that the general hunts humans, for a sport. After, Rainsford wants to leave but that angers the General and makes him come to conclusion to hunt Rainsford.
  • Resolution
  • "Rainsford has never slept in a better bed"(Connell, 36).
  • Rainsford and General Zaroff begin the hunt. Rainsford hides the first night. The second night he has to set a trap so he does involving a tree falling on the general. Rainsford sets the trap and the General makes it go off. It injures the General and he leaves to his house. The next day Rainsford sets traps to kill The generals dog and Ivan the giant. Rainsford jumps into the sea.
  • The General went home because he believes Rainsford died from jumping off the cliff; but he soons find out that he was wrong. Rainsford was waiting at the Generals house and Rainsford the won the great game.
  • Rainsford won the great hunt since he is sleeping in the cossack bed.
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